Réamhaisnéis limistear na farraige
Forecast valid from: 18:00, Saturday 11 July 2020 until 18:00, Sunday 12 July 2020
Small Craft Warning
South to southwest winds will increase to force 6 at times Sunday, on coasts from Valentia to Loop Head to Malin Head.
Issued at: 17:00, Saturday 11 July 2020
Meteorological Situation at 15:00 UTC
An anticyclone of 1030hPa is centred south of Ireland and will drift slowly eastwards into southern Britain over the next 24 hours. A warm front is approaching from the Atlantic and will lie just off the west coast by midday Sunday.
Small Craft Warning: In effect
Heavy Swell (>4m) : Nil
Forecast for Irish coastal waters from Valentia to Slyne Head to Rossan Point
Wind: Southerly or variable force 2 to 4, soon increasing force 4 to 5, later further increasing force 5 or 6.
Weather: Mostly fair at first. Rain, drizzle and mist later.
Visibility: Good becoming moderate or poor in any precipitation or mist.
Forecast for Irish coastal waters from Rossan Point to Wicklow Head to Valentia and for the Irish Sea
Wind: Southwesterly or variable force 2 to 4. Further increasing force 4 to 5, occasionally force 6 in the North Channel.
Weather: Mostly fair.
Visibility: Mainly good.
Outlook for a further 24 hours until 18:00, Monday 13 July 2020
Fresh or strong southwest winds veering west then northwest later and easing moderate to fresh. Weather: Rain, drizzle and mist spreading to remaining sea areas, followed later by showers.
Forecast issued at: 18:00, Saturday 11 July 2020
All times are local unless specified